Rachel Browne

Rachel Browne

Rachel Browne is a Social Affairs Reporter for Fairfax Media

Tough new rules for South Africa travel may leave families stranded

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Rachel Browne Rules designed to stop child trafficking in South Africa require extra paperwork for children before they can enter or exit the country.

Passenger manifest and the litany of coincidences in unfolding tragedy

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Eamonn Duff and Rachel Browne Michael and Carol Clancy had never met Albert and Maree Rizk. Their lives could not have been more contrasting.

Young smoking less, more overweight

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Rachel Browne A new portrait of young Australians shows they are better educated and smoking less but are increasingly overweight, using illicit drugs and drinking at risky levels.

Unattractive side to new portrait of young people

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Rachel Browne A new portrait of young people shows they are better educated and smoking less but are increasingly overweight, using illicit drugs and drinking at risky levels.

What a difference $1 a day makes for so many

Evelyn Scott, with her 33yo daughter Kylie who has Down Syndrome, is welcoming the guaranteed support under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) which will allow Kylie to live independantly. Kylie currently live at home with her mother in their Wentworth Point unit.
1st May 2013
Photo: Wolter Peeters
The Sydney Morning Herald

Rachel Browne For Evelyn Scott, $1 a day will buy peace of mind.

At home with Jenni Seton

At home with Jenni Seton,

Rachel Browne The chief executive of cancer charity Redkite has a passion for her work that is matched only by her devotion as an aunt.

More education equals more pay: report

Rachel Browne Education pays off but women graduates are still lagging behind male counterparts.

More homeless despite $1 billion funding

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Home Ground Homeless census.
A homeless man in St. Kilda.
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Rachel Browne The rate of homelessness in Australia rose eight per cent between 2006 and 2011, despite public funding of $1.1 billion as part of a Federal Government promise to halve homelessness by 2020.